Sabine Downer

Sabine Downer is a scientist and cannabis writer with a passion for education. She has been writing for various clients in the cannabis space since 2015 and has worked in biotechnology since 2010. Along with content creation, she is also a knowledgeable resource on quality assurance, regulatory, and legal topics.

The Top Strains for Managing Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (or chronic autoimmune disease) is a condition that causes severe symptoms. Multiple sclerosis can be treated with medication, but cannabis has been shown in some cases to offer relief. This article will discuss the best cannabis strains to treat multiple sclerosis symptoms. “Sour Diesel,” one of the best strains to treat multiple sclerosis…

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Blue Zushi Strain: A Deeply Relaxing and Sleep-Inducing Strain

Blue Zushi hybrid is an Indica dominant strain. It has a strong reputation for its relaxing and sleep-inducing properties. Blueberry and Zkittlez have been crossed to create this strain. The resultant hybrid is a great combination of both strains. Blue Zushi’s unique flavor profile is both sweet-sour. Its pleasant aroma is a blend of blueberry,…

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The Most Uplifting Cannabis Strains for Treating Depression

Millions of people around the world suffer from depression, a serious mental illness that can affect their mental health. Depression can lead to sadness, hopelessness, and a loss of enjoyment in once-enjoyable activities. There are many treatment options for depression. Some people choose to use cannabis as an alternative to traditional medication. We’ll be discussing…

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New Research Provides Further Insights on Cannabis Nutrient Deficiency Diagnosis in Hydroponics

Cannabis growers know that balancing nutrients is critical in hydroponic cannabis cultivation. In order to grow well, cannabis needs the right balance of the macronutrients nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K). It is also important to provide the right levels of the micronutrients calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), sulfur (S), iron (Fe), and manganese (Mn)….

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